Soil and Sustainability

Our vineyards are located in Veneto (Northeast Italy), a region that has always been renowned for its wine production. We carefully tend to 15 hectares (approximately 37 acres) which are placed in two main wine districts:


The limestone soil of Valpolicella is the homeland of the indigenous grapes Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella, from which we obtain our rosè and red wines.

In this area we use the typical Pergola training system to grow our vines. Our vineyards are 15 kilometres (9 miles) from our winery and they are located in Valpantena, the valley that from Verona city centre runs to Monti Lessini.

This plot of land hosts our olive trees too. The olive variety we grow is the autochthonous Grignano. From these olive trees, we produce our extra virgin olive oil Veneto Valpolicella Dop.


In the area around Padua we grow the grape varieties Glera and Pinot Grigio.

In these vineyards, we use the guyot training system. The soil, rich in clay and sand, gives freshness and crispness to our white wines.

SQNPI Certification

As a family-run winery, we are fully committed to respecting nature and defending biodiversity. For this reason our vineyards boast the SQNPI (National Quality System of Integrated Production) certification. The certification aims at supporting sustainable vine growing technique, following very strict regulations. Its ultimate goal is to preserve the authenticity of our environment.